Grab and Go 72 Hour Food/Fire/Filter Kit

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posted on December 16, 2014
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undefinedThe first 72 hours of a survival situation can often be the most critical. Whether you're in your car or out in the field, you never know when a survival scenario may occur. The NRA Store now has the perfect kit to help you get through those crucial 72 hours of any survival situation. For $114.95, you get all the accoutrements of the NRA 72 Hour Food/Fire/Filter Kit. Contents include an array of freeze-dried meal and drink pouches that will give one person 2,000 calories per day. All food and drink in the kit has a 20-year shelf life. Also featured in the kit is a first aid kit, fire starters, cooking supplies and a water filtration bottle. The "grab and go" four-gallon plastic container features an NRA exclusive: a false grass seed label to deflect attention from the kit.

Total contents of kit includes:

• Artisan Oatmeal – 4 servings
• Harvest 6 Grain Cereal – 4 servings
• Texan Sunrise Skillet – 4 servings
• Nantucket Potato Soup – 5 servings
• Rotini a la Marinara – 5 servings
• Rio Grande Beans & Rice – 3 servings
• Instant Milk – 4 servings
• Refreshing Orange Drink – 8 servings
• Instafire (firestarter) – 6 pouches
• 23 piece First Aid Kit
• Filter Water Bottle
• Portable Cooking Stove
• Cooking Pot w/ detachable handle
• 8 oz. measuring cup
• Folding Utensil Set
• Waterproof Matches

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